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Articles with keyword "children"

Embroidered panel, Janiszew Prison Camp

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A Memory of Survival

A woman tells the story of her Holocaust survival through her embroidered art.

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Kids as Curators

The Seattle Art Museum brings online exhibitions, virtual reality, and teaching tools to its visitors.

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Victor Swenson

Victor Swenson has tried to end illiteracy by encouraging a love of reading in adults.

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Fragments of Childhood

The everyday life of Greek children is recounted in a new exhibition.

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Time Travels

A new animated television series drops ten-year-olds into history--from the Battle of Waterloo to life in ancient Rome.

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Playful Pursuits

A new exhibition tells the story of how caravans, merchants, and mercenaries conveyed games from Asia to the West.

Orphan train

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Lost Children: Riders on the Orphan Train

In the 1850's, the Children's Aid Society began sending thousands of orphans by train to Western towns for adoption.

Tobacco wagon

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Excerpts from the Writings of Wendell Berry

On work and the work of local culture

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Girl Guides

When the reading of "bad books" was a novel experience

child in theater

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Deaf Meets Wonderstruck

An NEH-funded documentary inspires a cinematic novel, one to be seen as well as read.